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post #706 of 1020
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Originally Posted by ExhibitA View Post

yeah ... i checked their site out too recently.  they've got some markdowns on cashmere sweaters.  i've never shopped at J. Crew, but I think I might pull the trigger on a few things tonight.
 

Neither had I, but I wanted to dabble in RTW peacoats, and the Bayswater seemed like a good option at $120 shipped.

post #707 of 1020
Anyone know if J.Crew is doing a Boxing Day sale?
post #708 of 1020

They've had some sort of sale almost every day since Black Friday. I doubt there will ever be more than the current 30% off (if you go through ebates you get an extra 6%).

post #709 of 1020
Just got this herringbone SC: http://www.jcrew.com/mens_category/sportcoatsandvests/Ludlowsportcoats/PRDOVR~93445/93445.jsp after trying it on at the store and no alterations required.

The color is lighter than they show on their website.

What kind of pants to best pair it with?
post #710 of 1020
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Originally Posted by bellyhungry View Post

Just got this herringbone SC: http://www.jcrew.com/mens_category/sportcoatsandvests/Ludlowsportcoats/PRDOVR~93445/93445.jsp after trying it on at the store and no alterations required.
The color is lighter than they show on their website.
What kind of pants to best pair it with?

There you go:

 

http://www.styleforum.net/t/317329/jrds-guide-to-coherent-sportcoat-combinations/45

 

How much was the jacket?

post #711 of 1020
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Originally Posted by SloopyNoob View Post

There you go:

http://www.styleforum.net/t/317329/jrds-guide-to-coherent-sportcoat-combinations/45

How much was the jacket?

Thanks. Looks like khaki and light grey is the way to go.

It was $300 - 30% off + free shipping + IL sales tax = around $220.
post #712 of 1020
the 30% off discount applies to Wallace & Barnes at NYC stores
post #713 of 1020
They were applying it at LA stores too last weekend.
post #714 of 1020
Maybe I'm finally growing up. I went in to the store today thinking I wanted to pick up a washed favorite tattersall shirt or two, and ended up pondering the Ludlow dress shirts, especially the white spread collar. (I already have 3 of the Ludlow spread color shirts in blue, purple, and a pattern--but the white shirts look very crisp.) I kept thinking, I need a couple of these for my new suit and my blazers.

So ultimately I couldn't decide what to spend my money on and left the store. I'll probably be back tomorrow.
post #715 of 1020
The ludlow shirts do look great every time I'm in there, but too small in the collar and details for any of my power suits from the 80s.

Should just get them anyways. The white does look very crisp
post #716 of 1020
I have to size up from my usual medium if the Ludlow shirt is to wear with my suit. A medium fits perfectly but I can't button it for a tie. A large is perfect in the neck for tie wearing, however. So I have to buy the Ludlow in a large and get it taken in a little and sometimes get the sleeves just slightly shortened.
post #717 of 1020
Comments on J. Crew Ludlow shirt quality vs. other similar shirts in that price range?

I'm in desperate need of moving on from my battered Uniqlo shirts worn for work.

Thanks.
post #718 of 1020
I am sad I wasn't able to get the Wallace and Barnes cable cardigan--it sold out really quick.... Even after they hiked the price up from $128 to $225......! They were willing to do a price match for me plus the 30% off.....but no Medium available frown.gif

I've tried the 484 fit in size 32x32 which is my normal size and found it to be a little too tight in the thighs. So I asked them how much bigger in the thighs the next size up would be and it turns out a little less than half an inch or so. Turned out to be perfect all around biggrin.gif 33x32

I highly recommend the Sun Faded 484 fit pant in University Purple -- on sale for $50 (plus another 30% off).... Really nice color I think
post #719 of 1020

Anybody have any experience with this season's oxford shirts?  The plaid ones I have all are consistent in terms of sizing, the solid colored one I got is slimmer.  Anybody else notice this?

post #720 of 1020
The solid ones are a bit shorter too - more consistent with last year's offerings. The patterned ones are slightly longer and have a bit more in the body.
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